The Barn

The word Barn comes from the Old English “bere”, for barley (or grain in general), and “aern”, for a storage place—thus, a storehouse for barley. (Source: Wikipedia).

Barns are a regular feature of the semi-country side Ohioan landscape. It is not possible for you to drive 5-6 miles, or maybe even less, without spotting one. The barn, which is the subject of this post, seems to have been abandoned for a long time now and is currently in a ramshackle state. Looks like the owner has raised a new, albeit small one just beside it.



From the other side

From the other side

In it's original colour

In it’s original colour



The new barn, don't miss the Harley!

The new barn, don’t miss the Harley!


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